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What makes a watch iconic? Is it the movement inside? Is it the special complications it has? Or is it design? For us, you have

Much like space travel, military heritage, and diving legends, watches will always be tied to the world of automotive sports. Today, we see brand

The name Henry Graves, Jr. is one that inspires a great deal of awe among watch collectors. And for Patek Philippe, he's a savior. Graves, a

In-house movements create a lot of conversation and raise a lot of questions. Is an in-house movement truly better? Is it really worth the

If a movement is the heart of a watch, then ETA movements arguably beat at the very core of the Swiss luxury watch industry.

It's the stuff that belongs in a Hollywood film: a family's precious, priceless object stolen, only to return many years later on an auction block.

You bought your first Rolex. Congratulations! Now that it's officially yours, it's important to know how to use it correctly. Winding and adjusting your Rolex

It's something of an honor when the watch community collectively bestows a watch with a nickname—think the Rolex "Batman" GMT-Master II, or the "Hulk"

After the introduction of trench watches during World War I, the wrist watch took its rightful place in military arsenals everywhere. Time was precious